This mural celebrates public space as a fundamental element of commerce that underlies the humanity at the heart of the notion of exchange.
Witness to Montréal’s history, this building becomes absolutely spectacular at dusk when it gets all lit up.
Located at the foot of the Clock Tower, the Old Port’s spectacular entrance, the beach offers a serene setting right on the city’s heels and all Old Port attractions.
A Gothic Revival style co-cathedral with a dome exemplifying Byzantine Revival architecture.
Home to a hotel and vast public square, this office tower complex also houses numerous boutiques and restaurants.
A public comprehensive university with campuses and facilities serving over 30,000 students annually.
These commercial buildings from the 1860s were the first major example of contemporary reuse of an ancient sector.
Formerly the largest hotel in the British Empire, this building has been transformed into a multipurpose complex.
The Victorian architecture of the buildings adds a touch of elegance to the luxury shops that line this avenue.
This former foundry is now an art centre supporting the creation and distribution of works by young artists.
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